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December 21, 2011

Top YouTube videos that the UK embraced in 2011

UK YouTube viewers lapped up videos about talking dogs, original animations, and the royal wedding.

By Cbr Rolling Blog

YouTube ends 2011 on a high note, boasting more than one trillion playbacks on the website this year. This averages to nearly 140 views for every person on earth – showing the massive influence YouTube has had this year.

This year, many news stories were brought to attention through YouTube, allowing people to witness natural disasters, moments of protest and powerful uprisings.

The list is out for the Top 10 2011 videos on YouTube:

1. Ultimate Dog Tease

2. The T-Mobile Royal Wedding

3. Songify This – Winning – a Song by Charlie Sheen

4. Nyan Cat [original]

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5. Michael Collings – Britain’s Got Talent 2011 Audition –

6. Masterchef Synesthesia – Swede Mason

7. Diary of a bad man 5

8. Rebecca Black "Friday" (Brock’s Dub)

9. Talking Twin Babies

10. TomSka

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